“Engage, Enlighten, Encourage and especially…just be yourself! Social media is a community effort, everyone is an asset.”– Susan Cooper
Pinterest is a powerful visual search-based platform that depends greatly on keywords. As a result, keywords on Pinterest are incredibly important. Pinterest is never like the other social media platforms. The other social media platforms rely on engagement in the form of likes or shares. Pinterest on the other hand depends greatly on image and visuals instead. Does Pinterest combine the power of a Social Media Platform with the power of a Search Engine? Great pins get engagements for months and years. In 2021 there were 478 million active users on the platform per month. I will show you how my traffic moved over 1000% to these monthly views on Pinterest.
As the third-largest social network in the United States, Pinterest is a great place for businesses of all kinds to reach new markets and grow. The interesting part is that most people on the platform are there actually to try new things, discover new ideas, find a great product, and often, get inspired to make their next purchase. And most Shoppers on Pinterest spend 2x more per month than people on other platforms, which makes it an indispensable platform for businesses.
According to eMarketer, 47% of Pinterest users shop with the app. Facebook comes in a distant second place, with 15% of users shopping in the app. It’s pretty amazing that half of Pinterest users are there to shop, so how do you get in on the action?
I will show you, in a step-by-step manner, visual images of how Pinterest could be used for successful marketing by driving traffic daily and leads.
With a business account, you’ll have more control over branding and content attribution on the platform — as well as access to more marketing tools. You can easily view how many impressions your profile and Pins get each month, which content is performing best, and how much traffic you’re driving to your website. Drive traffic and grow your customer base by integrating campaigns, creating compelling ads, and using the Pinterest Ads Manager.
- If you are a casual Pinterest user looking for something new to try, a Pinterest personal account should be right for you.
- To get started, you must create a business account. You are also permitted to convert a prior personal account into a business account for purposes of business. And this is never difficult to do at all.
- Visit the Pinterest business account creation page. Or, select “Create a business account” from the standard Pinterest login page via web or mobile.
GET A STEP BY STEP WITH VISUAL IMAGES AND A GUIDE TO CREATE PROFESSIONAL PINS LIKE WHAT YOU SEE HERE.
You will also learn how to properly set keywords to get the optimum engagement for possible conversion.
You will also learn how to use GIMP to design great PINS for high engagements